President Trump has repeatedly said the U.S. has the COVID-19 crisis "under control."
It's business as usual for Donald Trump's campaign while Joe Biden sounds the alarm about the pandemic.
Hundreds of laid-off service workers — many of them immigrants Trump has insulted — are getting out the vote in Nevada, Arizona, Florida and Pennsylvania.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said the president should be "truthful" and "realistic" about the COVID-19 crisis.
"Peddle your scare tactics elsewhere. The Lincoln Project will not be intimidated by such empty bluster," attorney Matthew Sanderson blasted in a letter.
"Please be responsible," actor pleads as she drops off her own ballot early in West Hollywood.
At least five people close to the vice president have reportedly tested positive in recent days.
The president disputed facts about an alarming COVID-19 surge as a plot to sow fear ahead of the election.
Biden and Trump are currently neck-and-neck in the polls in Georgia, a state that hasn’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1992.
The 48-year-old Trump-picked judge is now one vote away from serving on the high court and solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority for the foreseeable future.